Italian-made excellence has been put on display at the International Boat Show in Doha, Qatar, from 11 to 15 November. F.lli Razeto & Casareto together with Cantieri PerMare presented their latest products.

The historic company from Sori, specialized in handles and accessories for the nautical industry, launched a new product particularly made for the luxury market: the FreeGo handle, inspired by animal camouflage. They are made from materials such as Limoge porcelain, Murano glass, mother-of-pearl, filigree or finely processed leather, and can also be illuminated.

“The FreeGo range will soon have other models which are currently being designed, capable of making them even more heterogenous to the eyes and tastes of those clients who appreciate luxury in any context, on their yacht and at home, and would always like to have it at hand,” notes Razeto. A mix of handmade elements which work harmoniously with the design and lines of PerMare super yachts.

It was at the Lusail Marina Doha that the shipyard from Sanremo presented a preview of the project for their new Amer 94, which will be ready in 2015. The ship is a revolutionary model with three Volvo Penta IPS 1200 engines making the engine room 50 cm smaller, leaving more space for the living area on the yacht.

“The International Boat Show in Doha is aimed at a high-end public, where luxury is the star but also where Italian-made products are truly appreciated,” says Barbara Amerio, “we were very satisfied also because we have some interesting negotiations happening at the moment.”

Each Amer has its own personality and history, they are built following specific client requests in order to be a unique personalized model.

26 November 2014